Walmart has the Pyrex 12-Piece Round Storage Set (1107893) for $14 with free in-store pickup or $2 shipping to home. Includes: one 3-cup container, one 7-cup container, one 4-cup container, two 2-cup containers and one 1-cup container with lids. Usually twice as much or more.

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    swreynolds Ben's cred: 392
    Posted 11:38 am PST 02/14/13

    But is it borosilicate or the stuff which explodes on rapid temperature change?

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    xoroniox Ben's cred: 5
    Posted 8:28 pm PST 02/14/13

    Highly recommend this item - i have the red tops but these look good.
    Much better than the plastic containers

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 234
    Posted 8:44 pm PST 02/14/13

    Haa don't worry about it #1. Your kids will bust them before any rapid temperature gets them...

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3750
    Posted 10:36 am PST 02/15/13

    No, not borosilicate glass. Then again if it were it wouldn't be $14... just keep that and your intended use in mind. For freezer to oven glassware you'd generally want something with a low height, more length and width so the food surface area is the highest reasonably possible.

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    Stevejspencer Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 2:55 pm PST 02/15/13

    It says out of stocl

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    korpo53 Ben's cred: 93
    Posted 4:22 pm PST 02/15/13

    Just like it's been for the last 60 years, it's made of soda lime glass. The urban legend about different kinds exploding and such is just a bunch of rumor mongering by people too lazy to use Google.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 234
    Posted 4:41 pm PST 02/15/13

    #6, do you have some sort of degree in Internet Research from Google University or Wikipedia State?

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3750
    Posted 8:02 pm PST 02/15/13

    Pyrex used borosilicate on most if not all their glassware until sometime between the mid-'80s and '98, and still do on their European cookware.

    It is much less likely to explode from rapid temperature changes, and this is why their lab glassware is still made from borosilicate.

    Grab the oldies from a garage sale if you can but these particular vessels aren't the type you'd generally cook in, so the difference doesn't seem as important to me for their purpose. Well, you might microwave in them but that's not a rapid enough thermal shock to be a problem.

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